Empty invite? Jenelle Evans claimed that she was invited to an upcoming Teen Mom special, but that she never got a follow-up.
The 29-year-old posted a video to her TikTok account on Wednesday, September 22, where she wrote across the clip: “When they invite you to a Teen Mom Special In CA then no response for a month…”
The video also shows Evans lip syncing along to audio sound with the words, “And now my guard is back up...I trust no one.”
The MTV star responded to a couple comments on her TikTok, including one user who asked about what went down with the invite, to which the TV personality responded, “I’ll tell all the details on Youtube later.”
Another user left the comment, “You don’t need that negativity, Jenelle. You are doing great without that drama,” to which Evans answered, “Yeah...I’m glad they made the decision for me. I’ve heard no one is getting along.”
Evans’ TikTok was posted the same day that it came to light that Farrah Abraham who was fired from MTV four years ago — would be making a comeback on the new spinoff.
After being fired from Teen Mom OG in 2017 due to a career in porn, Abaraham has reportedly been spotted filming for the upcoming new show.
As OK! previously reported, the new series is expected to bring back members from Teen Mom OG, Teen Mom 2 and Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant.
Evans, who is known for her time on Teen Mom 2, was eventually fired from the network in 2019 after her husband David Eason shot and killed their family dog.
The pair took to YouTube in August 2020 to defend Eason’s choice to kill their French Bulldog, Nugget, who he claimed was biting their 2-year-old daughter in the face.
“She was a loving dog to me, but she was not loving toward our kids at all. I loved the dog, the kids loved it. But she didn’t love the kids,” he said in the tearful video.
“I took it upon myself to put the dog down,” he said. “I regret it, but sometimes that’s the way it works. I wish it didn’t have to happen that way.”
Not only was Evans let go from the show, but the pair also temporarily lost custody of the three children: Jace, Kaiser, and Ensley.